A dozen years after their hugely popular reality TV show ended, the sisterhood of "The Girls Next Door" stars is still strong between two of the women, but not all three.
From 2005 to 2009, "The Girls Next Door" was one of the biggest reality shows on TV, as it chronicled Playboy founder Hugh Hefner's romantic relationships with his girlfriends, Holly Madison, Kendra Wilkinson and Bridget Marquardt.
In a new chat with E! News, Bridget notes that she and Holly still communicate on a daily basis, but the same can't be said for Kendra.
"Holly and I are still going strong," said the "Ghost Magnet With Bridget Marquardt" host. "We are great friends. We talk almost every day, whether it's text or voice memos or whatever."
In fact, the women still collaborate on projects.
"We still run and do little adventures together, usually paranormal or Old Hollywood-type things, like an old-school restaurant in Hollywood that we haven't been to yet—'Let's go try that out'—or stay in creepy themed places," she said. "We went to Big Bear, and they had these themed cottages, and one was Haunted Mansion-themed, and we were like, 'We have to.'"
When it comes to the Kendra, Bridget doesn't have the same relationship.
"We're not as close, but we still keep in contact here and there," she said.
Holly and Kendra have famously had an icy relationship over the years, especially after Holly released her book, "Down the Rabbit Hole," in 2015. In the book, the "Holly's World" star had many not-so-positive things to say about Hef, whom Kendra remained close to until his death in 2017. The former "Kendra on Top" star even said Holly's book is "full of lies."
Earlier this year on Andy Cohen's "For Real: The Story of Reality TV" special, Kendra pulled back the veil on "The Girls Next Door," claiming, "On camera, you saw us together and it was the trio. Off camera, we would just disappear into our own little world. We just never bonded. We were not friends."